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Group Policy Priority

Posted on 2009-05-07
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Hi,
I was just wondering if there is a way to priorities which order group policies apply.

For example:
I am installing a program which requires .net frameworks as a pre request. Is there a way to priorities  the installation of the group policy to install .net frameworks then the installation i need?

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If you select the container in Group Policy Management you will see a list of Group Policies that are applied to that container, you can simply reorder here to change which will run first.

However for what you want to do you may want to get a login script that runs the .net framework install then waits a set time before installing the other software.
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ah yes ofcourse! stupid me.

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